Bells Pregnancy not showing
I have a 4 year old black TWH I will post picks she is due to foal in june but isn't showing. This is her first foal and this is the first time I've had a pregnant mare. I bought Bell and the man told me her bred her. I saw the stallion a 30 year olf bay TWH his other mare was bred to the same stallion and showing nicely. Any advice to help ease my mind as to if she's in foal or not. SHe doesnt like to be around our geldings she kicks them if they get in her personal space.
|cakemom ||04-15-2012 12:02 PM |
Have her checked by your vet. They should be able to tell you yay or nay.
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|NdAppy ||04-15-2012 12:19 PM |
Your best bet is calling a vet and having her palpated.
|Piaffe ||04-15-2012 02:37 PM |
The pics don't show up...
|NdAppy ||04-15-2012 02:37 PM |
Your pictures aren't showing. Right click on the picture and click Copy Image Location and then try post them.
|SunnyDraco ||04-15-2012 02:45 PM |
But the only way to know is to have a vet check. A palpation is the cheapest. Call your vet, ask what the cost would be if she were hauled to them (saves on the cost of a farm call), and tell your parents what the actual vet check costs. It may surprise you that it may be much cheaper than your parents realize. This is just one of the expenses of owning a bred mare, good luck :D
I'll have to call tomorrow my local vet is closed today.
|Super Nova ||04-15-2012 03:04 PM |
Hmm I'd be surprised if she was pregnant........but not the greatest pictures.....plus don't know what she looked like before to note any changes in her shape and size.
I would have a vet palpate her or do a blood test......this will be the least of your costs if she is pregnant....she should have at least $500.00 put aside for pre and post foaling care.....as well as $2000.00 for any emergencies that might crop up.
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